Health Topics: General Health and Pediatrics
Children's National Health System pediatric neurologist and headache specialist, Marc DiSabella, DO, discusses how parents can alleviate their children's headaches.
Two and a half years ago, Adamstown, MD residents Lauren and Sean Shillinger gave birth to a beautiful little girl named Brynleigh. Brynleigh was their first child, and Lauren experienced a full-term pregnancy and a normal delivery. But when Brynleigh was just 9 1/2 months old, Lauren and Sean started to notice something unusual in Brynleigh’s behavior.
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Headaches are quite common in pregnancy. The most common are tension headaches and migraine headaches. Most headaches come and go, but others may be more bothersome or may be caused by other complications. It is important for women to consult their doctor about any headaches they may have before, during, or after pregnancy.
Did you know that more than 10 million American children between the ages of 5 and 17 experience chronic headaches? Pediatric neurologist and headache specialist, Marc DiSabella, DO, discusses how parents can alleviate their children's headaches.
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